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Peru

Education: Education Quality Assurance 

82

New Projects Added in This Issue


JULY 2010

Monthly Operational Summary

PAGE 7

Projects Deleted From This Issue

Africa Region

Burkina Faso:

Agricultural Productivity and Food Security (Cr. H5210-BF)



Malawi:

Community Based Rural Land Development Additional Financing



Regional:

Abidjan-Lagos Trade and Transport Facilitation (Cr. H5490-TG, Cr.

46950-GH, Cr. 46960-BJ)

South Africa:

Development, Empowerment and Conservation in the Simangaliso Wet-

land

Sudan:

Southern Sudan Water Supply and Sanitation



Tanzania:

Seventh Poverty Reduction Support Credit Supplemental Financing

Housing Finance (Cr. 47120-TZ)

East Asia and Pacific Region

China:

Ningbo New Countryside Development (Ln. 78490-CN)



Indonesia:

Education System Improvement through Sector Wide Approaches

(SISWA)

Mongolia:

Forest Landscapes Development and Conservation



Solomon Islands:

Rural Development Program Additional Financing



South Asia Region

Afghanistan:

Support to Basic Package of Health Services

Strengthening the National Statistical System

India:

National e-Governance Plan Support (“e-Bharat”)



Europe and Central Asia Region

Albania:

Agricultural Accession



Armenia:

Second Public Sector Modernization (Ln. 78540-AM)



Bulgaria:

First Development Policy Loan



Croatia:

Justice Sector Support (Ln. 78880-HR)



Kosovo:

Public Sector Modernization (Cr. H5450-XK, Cr. 46920-XK)



Montenegro:

Sustainable Tourism Development Additional Financing



Regional:

First South East Europe Gas APL



Russian Federation:

Public Expenditure Management and Efficiency



Turkey:

Access to Finance for SMEs 2 Additional Financing



Uzbekistan:

Ferghana Valley Water Resources Management Phase I (Cr. 46480-UZ)

Bukhara and Samarkand Sewerage (Cr. 46330-UZ)

Middle East and North Africa Region

Djibouti:

Railroad Guarantee



Egypt, Arab Republic of:

Cairo Airport Development- TB2 (Ln. 78510-EG)



West Bank and Gaza:

Global Food Price Crisis Response-Social Safety Net Reform Addi-

tional Financing

Latin America and Caribbean Region

Argentina:

Prevention and Management of Influenza Type Illness (Ln. 78430-AR)



Brazil:

Paraiba Rural Poverty (Ln. 76280-BR)

Purus Madeira Regional Sustainable Development

Colombia:

Mainstreaming Sustainable Cattle Ranching



Dominican Republic:

Municipal Development (Ln. 78360-DO)



Panama:

Urban Transport



Peru:

Tertiary Education



PAGE 8

Monthly Operational Summary

JULY 2010

Africa

Angola

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

(R) Market Oriented Smallholder Agriculture (Cr. 45020-AO):

The objective is to generate a broad-based and sustainable increase in

the income of rural smallholders of the targeted areas, through the im-

proved efficiency of agricultural production and marketing. The credit



was signed on 26 November 2009.

Environmental Assessment Category

B. Project: P093699. US$ 30.0/8.2/4.0 (IDA Credit/IFAD/JPN). Con-

sultants will be required. Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Develop-

ment, Maculusso Street, Comandante Gika, Luanda, Angola, Tel:

(244-222) 323-224, Fax: (244-222) 323-217, Contact: Zacarias Sambeny,

Vice Minister of Agriculture

Rehabilitation of the Protected Areas Network and National

Biodiversity Conservation: The objective is to rehabilitate Iona Na-

tional Park by: (a) effective biodiversity management and improve lo-

cal livelihoods in a high priority protected area, for long-term

trans-frontier management of biodiversity in the Iona-Skeleton Trans-

Frontier Conservation Area, and to strengthen institutional capacity

to manage its Protected Areas Network. Project Concept Review Meet-

ing scheduled for 24 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Category

B. US$ 2.0/1.0/4.0 (GEFU/ITAL/NORM). Consultants will be re-

quired. Ministry of Environment, 30 Av. 4 de Fevereiro, Edificio At-

lantico, No. 30, Luanda, Angola, Tel: (244-912) 527-053, Contact: Soki

Kuedikuenda, National Director

Health and Other Social Services

(R) Municipal Health Service Strengthening (Revitalizacao) (Cr.

47490-AO): The objective is to improve the population’s access to

and quality of maternal child health care services by strengthening of

municipal health services at the primary level. Bank Approval completed

on 8 June 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project:

P111840. US$ 70.8/4.5 (IDA Credit/MSC1). Consultants will be re-

quired. Ministry of Health, Rua 17 de Setembro, C.P. 1201, Luanda, An-

gola, Tel: (244-222) 339-798, Fax: (244-222) 393-579, Contact: Dr. Jose

Veira Dias Van-Dunem, Minister of Health



Public Administration, Law, and Justice

Local Development Program: The objective is to improve access

of poor households to basic services and economic opportunities and

enhance local institutional capacities among targeted municipalities.

Bank Approval completed on 18 March 2010. Environmental Assess-

ment Category B. Project: P105101. US$ 81.7 (IDA Credit). Consul-

tants will be required. Fundo de Apoio Social (FAS), Largo do Palacio,

Edificio de Ministerio do Planejamento, Luanda, Angola, Tel: (244-

222) 331-091, Contact: Victor Hugo Guiherme, Director Executivo



Water, Sanitation and Flood Protection

Provincial Capital Water Supply: The objective is to support the re-

habilitation and expansion of five selected urban water supply sys-

tems in order to increase the level of water supply services provided

and to promote the economic sustainability. Project Concept Review

Meeting scheduled for 16 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Cat-

egory B. US$ 90.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting services and implement-

ing agency(ies) to be determined.

Benin

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

(N) Agricultural Diversification: The objective is to promote agri-

cultural diversification and competitiveness, and market access for

nontraditional agricultural products, responsive to national, sub-re-

gional and international markets to increase rural household

  incomes

and support economic growth and poverty alleviation, while ensuring

environmental sustainability. Project Concept Review Meeting sched-

uled for 19 July 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. US$

15.0/20.0 (IDA Credit/GFCR). Consulting services and implementing

agency(ies) to be determined.



(R) Emergency Support to Enhance Food Security: The objec-

tive is to increase domestic production of cereals (maize and rice), in

order to mitigate the short-term impact of increasing prices on house-

holds and to expand food crop farmers’ access to agricultural inputs

in the medium- and long-term’. The loan was signed on 25 May 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category B. Project: P120052. US$ 9.6

(GFCR). No consultants are required. Ministry of Agriculture, Live-

stock, and Fisheries, Si’ge ONS, Akpakpa, Cotonou, Benin, Tel: (229)

9721-9984, E-mail: yjcapochichi@hotmail.com, Contact: Ruphin Bo-

elongo, Coordinateur General



(R) Support to Protected Areas Management: The objective is to

secure long term funding to strengthen and consolidate the ongoing

efforts for biodiversity conservation, sustainable natural resources

management and eco-development in Northern Benin Savannah ecosys-

tems. Decision Meeting scheduled for 15 September 2010. Environ-

mental Assessment Category B. Project: P115963. US$ 5.0/1.9/11.0



(IDA Credit/GEFU/KFW).

Consultants will be required. Environment-

al and Safeguards Management Framework Consultant Process Frame-

work consultant (to be confirmed) CDD consultant Conservation

Trust Fund consultant Institutional Consultant CENAGREF, Colonel

Jean Yehouenou Tessi, 01 BP 0227, Benin, Tel: (229-95) 420-475/21 307-

282, Fax: (229-21) 309-072, E-mail: yehouenoutessi@yahoo.fr

Health and Other Social Services

(N) Community Development Additional Financing: The objec-

tive is to: (a) increase the utilization of the community-driven devel-

opment approach, and (b) improve the access of the poorest com-

munities to basic social and financial services. Bank Approval

scheduled for 22 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Category B.

Project: P121104. US$ 12.0 (IDA Credit). Consultants will be required.

Secretariat Executif Permanent (SEP) du Projet National pour le

Development. Conduit par les Commumautes, Parcelle C, Lot 324,

Quartier Scoa-GBETO, Cotonou, Benin, Tel: (229) 2131-8088, E-

mail: Pndccbenin01@Yahoo.fr, Contact: Frank Tigri, Secretaire Exe-

cutif

Information and Communications

(R) eBenin (Cr. H5530-BJ): The objective is to support population,

businesses and governments in Benin to have access to quality and

affordable ICT services on open, transparent and non-discriminatory

terms. The grant was signed on 25 May 2010. Environmental Assess-

ment Category C. Project: P113370. US$ 15.0 (IDA Grant). Consultants

will be required. Ministry of Communication and New Technologies, 01



BP 120, Cotonou, Benin, Tel: (229) 2131-2227, E-mail:ebenin-ucp@

gouv.bj, Contact: Nicolas Thon, Project Coordinator; Agence de Gestion

des Nouvelles Technologies de lnformation et de la Communication

(AGeNTIC), Lot No. 491 Parcelle B, Zone Commerciale, 08 BP0939,

Cotonou, Benin, Tel:(229) 2131-6602, Fax:(229) 2131-6601, E-

mail:gillettag@gmail.com Contact: Mrs. Giletta Moyabi, Director

(R) Health System Performance (Cr. H5640-BJ): The objective

is to support the longer term objective of reducing maternal and neona-

tal mortality and would, as a result, contribute to reach the Millennium

Development Goal No. 5. The grant was signed on 25 May 2010. En-

vironmental Assessment Category B. Project: P113202. US$ 22.8/11.0

(IDA Grant/HRBF). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Health,

01BP: 882 Cotonou Benin, Benin, Tel: (229) 2133-3930, Fax: (229)

2133-4561, E-mail: imorou_yac@yahoo.fr, Contact: Ms. Ludmila Burlui,

Executive Director, MEPIU

Botswana

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

Wildlife Conflict Management and Biodiversity Conser vation

for Improve: The objective is to improve people’s livelihoods, resolve

conflicts and conserve wildlife by introducing effective measures for

sustaining biodiversity and enabling community participation. Bank Ap-

proval completed on 19 November 2009. Environmental Assessment

Category B. Project: P095617. US$ 5.5 (GEFU). Consultants will be re-

quired. Department of Wildlife and Natural Parks, Private Bag B0131,

Botswana, Tel: (267) 397-1405, Fax: (267) 391-2354, E-mail: tmmopelwa@

gov.bw, Contact: Dr. Lucas P. Gakale, Permanent Secretary



JULY 2010

Monthly Operational Summary

PAGE 9

Energy and Mining

Morupule B Generation and Transmission: The objective is to ex-

pand domestic power generation capacity that will support sustained

economic growth in Botswana and to build institutional capacity for sus-

tainable development of the energy sector. The scope includes the

Morupule B power station, transmission lines and substations, and tech-

nical assistance. Bank Approval completed on 29 October 2009. Envi-

ronmental Assessment Category A. Project: P112516. US$ 136.4/203.0

(IBRD/AFDB). Consultants will be required. Botswana Power Cor-

poration, PO Box 48, Gaborone, Botswana, Tel: (267) 360-3250, Fax:

(267) 397-3563, E-mail: rugoyie@bpc.bw, Contact: Elvin Rustamov,

PIU Director

Morupule B Generation and Transmission-GEF: The objective

is to build coal power plant and associated transmission lines and sub-

stations to provide the energy supply security to Botswana. The pro-

posed IBRD PCG is intended to extend the maturity of commercial

financing to the power plant component and support Botswana’s en-

ergy sector development. Bank Approval completed on 29 October 2009.

Environmental Assessment Category A. Project: P116784. US$ 242.7

(GUAR). Consulting services and implementing agency(ies) to be de-

termined.

Burkina Faso

Education

(R) Second Basic Education Fast Track Initiative Grant: The ob-

jective is to support the education service  delivery  and  ensure  greater

efficiency of public expenditures and public sector governance for the

period 2009-2011. Appraisal scheduled for mid-June 2010. Environment-

al Assessment Category U. US$ 45.0 (FTIE). Consulting services to

be determined. Ministry of Economy and Finance, Ouagadougou,

Burkina Faso

Health and Other Social Services

(R) Second Community-Based Rural Development: The objec-

tive is to strengthen capacity for decentralized rural development.



Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 12 August 2010.

Envi-


ronmental Assessment Category B. US$ 1.9 (GEFU). Consultants

will be required. Ministere de l’Agriculture, 01 BP 1487 Ouagadou-

gou, Burkina Faso, Tel: (226) 5031-5437, Fax: (226) 5031-7410, E-mail:

sawadogopg@yahoo.fr, Contact: Jean Paul Sawadogo, Coordinateur

National

Reproductive Health: The objective is to improve maternal and child

health (MCH) outcomes in Burkina Faso

. Project Concept Review

Meeting scheduled for 24 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Cat-

egory B. US$ 10.0 (IDA Credit). Consulting services and implement-

ing agency(ies) to be determined.



Industry and Trade

(N) Growth Pole: The objective is to implement a minimum platform

for private sector-led growth in commercial agriculture centered on the

Bagre region. Decision Meeting scheduled for 23 September 2010. En-

vironmental Assessment Category C. Project: P119662. US$ 60.0 (IDA

Credit). Consulting services and implementing agency(ies) to be de-

termined.



Public Administration, Law, and Justice

(N) Tenth Poverty Reduction Support Credit: The objective, same

as the original, is the last in its series. The objective is to: (a) maintain

macro-economic stability and create the conditions for accelerating

growth, (b) improve the targeting and effectiveness of public expen-

diture to the poor, and (c) strengthen the institutional framework and

national capacity to manage public resources. Bank Approval sched-

uled for 29 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Category U. Pro-

ject: P117278. US$ 90.0 (IDA Credit). No consultants are required.

Ministry of Finance and Budget, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, Tel: (226-

50) 324-211, Fax: (226-50) 312-715



Transportation

(R) Ouagadougou-Donsin Airport Development Technical As-

sistance: The objective is to assist the Government of Burkina Faso

to develop in a cost effective and efficient manner modern airport in-

frastructure to meet the long term air transport needs of the country.

Project Concept Review Meeting scheduled for 17 August 2010. En-

vironmental Assessment Category C. US$ 5.0 (IDA Credit). Consult-

ing services to be determined. Maitrise D’Ouvrage Delegue, 1090,

Avenue Professeur Joseph KI-Zerbo, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso,

Tel: (226) 5032-4817/18



(R) Transport Sector: The objective is to increase the mobility pos-

sibilities for people and goods in Burkina Faso, in a socially, finan-

cially and economically sustainable fashion. Negotiations scheduled for

6 July 2010.

Environmental Assessment Category A. US$ 16.0 (IDA



Credit).

Consultants will be required. Implementing agency(ies) to

be determined.

Burundi

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

Agro-Pastoral Productivity and Markets Development: (formerly

Culture Diversification and Markets Development) The objectives are:

(a) develop the private sector in coffee, tea, and horticulture; (b) carry

out pilot programs that would involve some small infrastructure in-

vestments, development of market intelligence; and (c) transfer of

knowledge and skills. Bank Approval completed on 29 April 2010. En-

vironmental Assessment Category B. Project: P107343. US$ 43.0 (IDA

Grant). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Agriculture and Live-

stock, BP 1850, Bujumbura, Burundi, Tel: (257-2)224-8697, Fax: (257-

2)224-8698, Contact: Salvator Nimumbona, Project Coordinator



Energy and Mining

(N) Emergency Energy: The objectives are to: (a) target emergency

thermal generation, 

(b) rehabilitation needs of existing Electricity infra-

structure

, and (c) rehabilitate part of the distribution network and

procure additional pre-payment meters to improve 

utility revenues and

cash-flow while making it easier for households to manage their con-

sumption as tariffs increase. Preparation is underway. Environmental

Assessment Category B. US$ 15.4 (IDA Credit). Consulting services

and implementing agency(ies) to be determined.

(R) Energy Efficient Lighting: The objective is to cofinance the IDA

Burundi Multisectoral Water and Electricity Infrastructure Project

and promotion of energy-efficient technologies and policies. Appraisal

scheduled for 15 November 2010. Environmental Assessment Category

B. US$ 2.0 (GEFU). Consultants will be required. REGIDESO, B.P. 660,

Bujumbura, Burundi, Tel: (257-2) 222-3412, Fax: (257-2) 222-6563,

Contact: Mr. Celestin Nduwamungu, Director General

Multi Sector Water and Energy Infrastructure Additional Fi-

nancing: The objective is to provide additional IDA financing for the

Multi-Sectoral Water and Electricity Infrastructure Project (MSWEIP,

P097974) and to initiate the Bank’s project preparation and appraisal

of the proposed additional financing. Decision Meeting scheduled for

mid-June2010. Environmental Assessment Category B. US$ 16.9 (IDA

Credit). Consulting services to be determined. REGIDESO, B.P. 660,

Bujumbura, Burundi, Tel: (257-2) 222-3412, Fax: (257-2) 222-6563

Public Administration, Law, and Justice

Fourth Economic Reform Support: The objective is to reform pub-

lic finance management, to improve fiscal transparency and account-

ability; reform the business legal and institutional environment to

foster private-sector-led growth; and support reforms in the coffee

sector and domestic petroleum sector. Decision Meeting scheduled for

22 July 2010. Environmental Assessment Category U. US$ 25.0 (IDA

Credit). Consultants will be required. Ministry of Finance, PO Box 1830,

Bujumbura, Burundi, Tel: (257-2) 222-2022, Fax: (257-2) 222-3827, E-

mail: reforme_mpbdi@yahoo.fr, Contact: Clotilde Nizigama, Minister

of Finance



Cameroon

Agriculture, Fishing, and Forestry

Ngoyla Mintom: The objective is to establish a core protected area

and develop integrated forest management in the Ngoyla-Mintom

area, through an approach based on land use planning, fostering pub-

lic-private partnership based on environmental assets. Decision Meet-

ing scheduled for 30 June 2010. Environmental Assessment Category

B. US$ 3.5/6.5 (GEFU/MSC1). Consultants will be required. Min-

istry of Forestry and Wildlife, Tel: (237-22) 229-486, Fax: (237-22) 229-


PAGE 10

Monthly Operational Summary

JULY 2010

484, E-mail: koulagnakd@yahoo.fr, Contact: Denis Koulagna Koutou,

Project Coordinator

Education

Education for All-Fast Track Initiative: The objective is finances

contract teacher salaries on a declining basis. Grant Funding Approval

scheduled for mid-June 2010. Environmental Assessment Category C.

Project: P116437. US$ 24.8 (EFAF). No consultants are required. PASE

Project Coordination Unit, PO Box 25627, Yaounde, Cameroon, Tel:

(237) 764-5102, Fax: (237-2) 220-1724, E-mail: atchameni@yahoo.fr,

Contact: Apollinaire Tchameni, Coordinator

Energy and Mining

(R) Kribi Gas Power Generator Partial Risk Guarantees: The

objective is to assist Cameroon’s first IPP with a production capacity

of 150-225 MW and will be operated by Kribi Power Development

Corporation (KPDC), a 100% subsidiary of AES Sonel. Appraisal sched-

uled for mid-May 2010. Environmental Assessment Category A. Pro-

ject: P110177. US$ 50.0/22.0/50.0/21.0/90.0 (AFDB/DBCA/EUIB/



FMO/GUID).

Consultants will be required. Kribi Power Development

Company (KPDC), Cameroon, Contact: Ruphin Bo-elongo, Coordi-

nateur General





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